Kaywin Feldman has been the Duncan and Nivin MacMillan director and president of the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) since 2008. During her tenure, she established the museum’s first contemporary art department and has increased the Japanese collection by 133%. In addition, Feldman has championed the strategic and effective use of digital technologies to support and enhance audience engagement. Prior to joining the Mia, Feldman served as executive director of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. She serves on the boards of National Arts Strategies, the Chipstone Foundation, the Bizot Group, and the American Alliance of Museums. She is a past president of the Association of Art Museum Directors and a former chair of the American Alliance of Museums. Feldman received an MA in art history from the Courtauld Institute of Art and an MA from the Institute of Archaeology, both at the University of London; and a BA in classical archaeology from the University of Michigan.